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Hungry family in Italy: Positano, Ostuni, Rome

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We take off for Italy in a couple of weeks with our three kids (ages 5,10,12). It's our second trip with them to Italy but these cities are all new.
Our three spots are: Positano for 5 days, Ostuni for 7, Rome for 5.
We are looking for not-to-miss restaurants, markets, farms, etc. since Italy is ALL about eating!!! And wine of course.
We love local spots a bit off the tourist path, fresh ingredients, great atmosphere. Unique experiences are always welcome.
We have a car everywhere except Rome and love to do some day trips from our home bases.
I have a birthday to celebrate in Rome so a special spot for dinner would be much appreciated. We are staying close to the Colosseum.
Grazie!

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